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Thought I sent this already but it was in drafts...

The previous suggestion of the following is golden:

If you want to know if you have to be at a certain fix level for certain SQL you can check out:

Now if you just HAVE to know hardware stuff take the technique Jim showed you to figure out your model. Let us know the model and we'll tell you if it's a Power 7,8,9. Once you know that look up that under P for Power at
More times than not a simple google search for
ibm #### site ibm.com
where #### is your four digit model and you'll easily figure out what model of Power system it is.

Rob Berendt

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